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Find the top rated atv trails in Brewster, whether you're looking for an easy short atv trail or a long atv trail, you'll find what you're looking for. Click on a atv trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
My two children and I love to take this trail for a walk or bike ride!
Always a pleasant ride. Flat, paved, scenic a really pleasant ride. Plenty of places to stop and take in the sights.
It was an easy trail for a family consisting of all ages. Well-maintained and clean
Beautiful clean walk or bike ride.
Beautiful and well maintained.
This one does not disappoint! Comfy ride, ice cream, lemonade, coffee stands on the way to the sea. Love it!
This paved, scenic route is easy and breezy! Go on a hot day, and you will still feel refreshed! We have seen seals, mink, sunfish and even a baby humpback whale in the canal. This is a great trainer path for early spring or people who are starting out. Either side of the canal is a great ride. Just stay to the right, signal to pass, and enjoy the miles of view!
Beautiful hidden gem!
We started the trail in East Dennis and enjoyed the scenic ride! Easy ride, well marked- this trail is well maintained compared to other trails we've ridden. Great fall day ride!
I enjoyed this bikeway very much. You end at a beach what can be better than that. Was the right amount of challenge but if you go at a slower pace can be peaceful with plenty to see
My friend and I began our bike ride at the Buzzards Bay Recreation Area. We biked the entire length of the canal, to Scusset Beach. (about 7 miles) We parked our bikes and walked to the beach, took a swim then headed back. On the way back we stopped at the Herring Run parking lot, crossed the street and had an amazing Lobster Roll at Barlow's Clam Shack! It was a perfect day! There is an amazing splash pad at the Buzzards Bay Recreation Area, perfect for families! And its free! I am going to bring my grandson next time for sure!
We have biked this trail almost every year for the past 12 years. We plan our entire summers and cottage location on the proximity to this trail.
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